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mBox

mBox allows you to easy include slideshow galleries into WordPress posts, pages and sidebar using the pictures uploaded, flickr account or a folder.

mBox allows you to easy include slideshow galleries into WordPress posts, pages and sidebar. It can use the Image and File Attachments to show the pictures uploaded [posts or pages], load photos from flickr accounts or a folder.

Features

* Gallery generated automatically from the images uploaded.
* AJAX loading to display the page faster.
* Thumbnail navigation bar.
* Pagination.
* Enable / Disable slideshow presentation.
* Download image icon.
* Load photos from posts, flickr or folders.
* Widget sidebar support.
* Theme support.
* Zoom option using Slimbox.

mBox uses mootools javascript framework and it had been tested on Firefox 2.x, Safari and Internet Explorer 7.

** Default Usage **

* Create a post.
* Use the Image and File Attachments to upload the images to show. You can input a Title and Description for each one.
* Press the mBox quicktag where you want the slideshow to be. If you donít see the mBox quicktag, you can alternatively copy and paste <mbox /> where you want it to appear.
* If you want to personalize only certain slideshows, you can add parameters to the call like:
  <mbox width="750" height="200" />

** Flickr Usage **

* Create a post.
* Press the mBox quicktag where you want the slideshow to be. If you donít see the mBox quicktag, you can alternatively copy and paste <mbox /> where you want it to appear.
* If 'Use flickr as default' option is activated, mBox will ask you for the tags.
  Insert all the tags you want to filter comma separated.
* The code should be similar to:
  <mbox width="750" height="200" mode="f" flickr_tags="spain, beach, summer" />

** Folder Usage **

* Create a post.
* Press the mBox quicktag where you want the slideshow to be. If you donít see the mBox quicktag, you can alternatively copy and paste <mbox /> where you want it to appear.
* If 'Use folder mode' option is activated, mBox will ask you for the folder path.
  This path must be based on WordPress installation. For more info visit http://www.hnkweb.com/code/mbox#using.
* The code should be similar to:
  <mbox width="750" height="200" mode="d" folder="galleries/beach" />

** Widget Usage **

* Activate the mBox widget with drag'n'drop over the slidebar.
* Click on Configure button.
* Set title, width, height and autostart slideshow options. Select a mode and fill the requiered input for each one: flickr tags [comma separated], folder path or wordpress post ID.
* Save.

Requires: 2.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.3
Last Updated: 2008-4-25
Downloads: 11,182

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